A Patch of Black by Rachel Rooney
  

Synopsis

A Patch of Black by Rachel Rooney

What can you do with a patch of black, a moon and a silver star? From a magical wish-granting cloak to a hammock rocked by jungle animal friends, there's nothing that a patch of night-time sky can't become with a bit of imagination, and certainly no need to be afraid of the dark. Rachel Rooney's charming text is accompanied by beautiful, evocative illustrations from Deborah Allwright.

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A beautiful book, just perfect for easing your child into sleep. Made for Mums

About the Author

Rachel Rooney

RACHEL ROONEY trained as a special needs teacher and currently works with children with autism. She also teaches poetry workshops for West Sussex's Gifted and Talented Programme, and leads workshops in schools as a visiting poet. She has been shortlisted for the Belmont Poetry Prize and 60 of her poems have been published in children's poetry anthologies.

The Language of Cat was her first book of collected poems. She lives in Brighton.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Rachel Rooney
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Author's Website

www.rachelrooneypoet.co.uk/

Publisher

Publication date

12th September 2013

ISBN

9780230714434


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